ADATA Ultimate SU630 960GB Solid State Drive, Black - £84.96 delivered @ Amazon
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ADATA Ultimate SU630 960GB Solid State Drive, Black - £84.96 delivered @ Amazon

£84.96£86.982%Amazon Deals
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Posted 6th Nov
Lowest price offer on Amazon for this SSD.

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  • 3D QLC SSD – High capacity without breaking the bank: ideal upgrade for users looking to make the switch from HDD to SSD
  • Performance boost with dynamic SLC Caching: reach read/write speeds of up to 520/450Mbps for smoother and Faster boot, file transfers, and downloads
  • Improved data integrity: the SU630 can detect and fix errors to ensure data integrity and thus enjoy an extended lifespan
  • Tougher, quieter, more reliable: with No mechanical components, SSDs are more resilient than HDDs
  • Ssd Toolbox and Migration utility: manage the SU630, with drive status, wear level, and lifespan information

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good as MX500?
comshoplesce06/11/2019 18:04

good as MX500?


Not at all . But this is a good price for this and heat added.
Edited by: "Brutes" 6th Nov
Heat for the bird 🐦
Looks like tastecard/food hygiene rating sticker. Hot
are Adata a good brand, only asking, as when there is a good deal on a pre-built pc tower, when you look at the specs closely the brand Adata featured a lot and at very low prices.
Love Adata SSDs, they're the second-largest memory manufacturer in the world!
use loads of these, cracking drives.
This better than or as good as the samsung ones
Tempting as I could use it in my new PS4.
Read/Write speeds what one would hope for?
Not sure why anyone would buy this, when NVMe QLC drives are available at only around £10 extra, and perform several times faster. The only reason to buy a drive like this is if your system doesn't support NVMe.
Pájaro08/11/2019 09:28

Not sure why anyone would buy this, when NVMe QLC drives are available at …Not sure why anyone would buy this, when NVMe QLC drives are available at only around £10 extra, and perform several times faster. The only reason to buy a drive like this is if your system doesn't support NVMe.


You're right but I'd prefer SATA because I could then use the drive in just about any system or externally house for not much money.
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